Twitter says it supports new legislation aimed at cracking down on political advertising online.
The social media giant is appearing before the Dáil's Communications Committee to discuss a Bill introducing more transparency on who is paying for political ads.
The Fianna Fáil Bill also tackles orchestrated social media campaigns, bots and phoney accounts.
The government was defeated in a Dáil vote on the issue last year.
Karen White, Twitter's Europe Director of Public Policy, says it has its own plans for next year’s European elections.
"This includes the roll-out of the political ads policy, our commitment to the Code of Conduct on disinformation and illegal hate speech," said Ms White.
"Earlier this year, Twitter also launched a section on our website dedicated to election integrity ahead of the European Parliament elections and as we roll out an EU-wide election awareness campaign, will continue to provide information to the public."